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Old 08-22-2019, 10:29 PM
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Nevada used to have a very active RKBA community.

I wonder if they would find this letter interesting enough to motivate them to help change the legislature back into something that represents Nevada, as opposed to California east .

This letter seems pretty insulting to Nevada residents. I mean a dips xhit Californian moves there establishes residency and returns to shoot up a California event.
Im thinking this filty maggot would have been drilled even quicker if he tried that in Nevada !
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"Military Style"??

So it was full auto?

Or was it more like a scary looking version of a Mini-30 Ruger?
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So I'm back reading this thread again and the thought occurred to me that California just "unwittingly" admitted that crazy people don't obey gun laws. What a surprise.
Their solution? More laws.
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Rather than admit all the stupid gun laws in CA dont help they want to now blame another state.
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Can you imagine the traffic jam on Sundays as all the So Cal folks head back from the weekend in Vegas? Chp searching every car. Traffic would be backed up TO Vegas.
It's "for the children" so gamblers will have to suck it up or fly. It could create jobs for roadside refreshment stands and bars.
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It's "for the children" so gamblers will have to suck it up or fly. It could create jobs for roadside refreshment stands and bars.
And no-questions-asked amnesty boxes just before the borders...
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this stupid state can't even keep illegals from coming in and they sure as hell won't stop this from happening either. Let alone any other illegal item.
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this is typical of a dictatorship style government in that they are not happy until they control everything inside and outside their borders. If they get Nevada to roll over when are they going to say the same thing to Arizona or Oregon, and Newsom claims credit says he is now a national figure instead of a coward hiding and signing documents/laws in secret.
California is a political dictatorship. I would say that we are in the first real admissions that Communism has taken over the state of California. Only a dictatorial legislative body would send such a letter.
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Old 08-23-2019, 6:00 PM
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I think California should have a background check to see if you’re a nut before you can watch a violent movie, a video or streaming content. The media is #1 to blame for these crimes, and #2 is loser parents.
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Maybe we could demand that the state tell movie companies that they can no longer produce movies using or depicting use of guns in any movie they make in california or bank roll in another state. If california thinks it can dictate to nevada on guns then this hsould not be such a big leap should it? Let's hit liberal Hollywood where it hurts and the California legislature in the pocketbook why rail against guns when so much money is made off of them? How many democratic candidates would support this idea and if no then why not? why make Hollywood an exception?

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this stupid state can't even keep illegals from coming in
yes it CAN, our state government just doesn’t WANT to


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yes it CAN, our state government just doesn’t WANT to


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Absolutely.. CA Dems would be thrilled if Border Patrol abandoned the border.
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A couple of weeks ago, I was reading who got arrested in Henderson NV. Within a couple of weeks they arrested 4 people wanted for murder in CA. So, CA, we will keep our guns here in NV and you keep your gang members in CA, fair deal, right?
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I think that is a good deal. We need the target practice but you have to keep our illegals from sneaking over the border. Our ag stations are not going to stop them. you send those four back and they will just go to a country club jail in California with our politicians making sure they get preferred treatment. think you can get your legislature to send that back in letter form to our governor?
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Perhaps California can start by providing all the names and pictures of the various CGangs operating out of California like MS-13. These bad hombres have been smuggling guns and ammo for years with full knowledge of the California government. Im sure Nevada in full cooperation could round up these people very quickly and thus reduce Gun Violence in California. Its not too hard to do a sweep of Las Vegas for example since the city is so small. Perhaps even set up check points and do face recognition of Suspected Latino Gangs crossing the Nevada lines.

But of course California does not permit Facial Recognition and Racial Profiling unless they are White Supremacist. Such as shame.
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I think that is a good deal. We need the target practice but you have to keep our illegals from sneaking over the border. Our ag stations are not going to stop them. you send those four back and they will just go to a country club jail in California with our politicians making sure they get preferred treatment. think you can get your legislature to send that back in letter form to our governor?
Last I recall Governor Brown was all for Troops on the Mexican Border providing they were checking for American made guns that were being smuggled to Mexico. But of course, Guns of all type even Fully Automatic Military grade weapons are actually cheaper on the International Black market vs limited capacity US Civilian Guns. Im sure its easier to smuggle 100s of Russian Military RPGs into the USA vs US Made Bottle Rockets into Mexico.

Im sure his heart was in the right place, but his brains were sure somewhere else. There are surprisingly many in the California State Government with the same affliction.

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Old 08-23-2019, 10:28 PM
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Nevada can do whatever it wants from profiling to anything else that does not violate their laws or the federal law. nevada should round them up and if california won't prosecute then turn them over to the feds for deporting or charges. And if they have a california driver's license with a california address then bill california for the prison time and expenses. probably get a lot of volunteer californians who would man the borders for Nevada. Make life ugly for those who think they can run roughshod over Nevada or Arizona or any state.
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Nevada used to have a very active RKBA community.
Las Vegas is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States, with its population increasing from 273,000 in 1972 to 2,204,079 in 2017.

That gives it a 2/3 majority out of 3.03 million people in Nevada, like the city folk in California.

Thanks to Reynolds v. Sims, they control the state.

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I wonder if they would find this letter interesting enough to motivate them to help change the legislature back into something that represents Nevada, as opposed to California east .
Urban residents understandably support gun control having had no exposure to firearms beyond news reports of people killing each other (neglecting to mention that both victims and murderers are overwhelmingly criminals) and Hollywood writers following the Entertainment Industries Council guide on how to portray guns and gun owners negatively.

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  • Emphasize that wielding a firearm in selfdefense may ironically increase one’s risk of death or injury by increasing the likelihood that the assailant will use his or her own weapon.
  • Consider having a character use a gun in what he/she believes is self-defense only to be charged with murder or manslaughter because it’s determined that excessive or unjustified lethal force was deployed.

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Im thinking this filty maggot would have been drilled even quicker if he tried that in Nevada !
Like the Nevada spree killer who murdered 58 before committing suicide?

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It's "for the children" so gamblers will have to suck it up or fly. It could create jobs for roadside refreshment stands and bars.
Actually, the delivery services would make a fortune.
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Admittedly I didn't read the story. But I presume California will be employing a host of steel sniffing dogs which will stop illegal gun importation about as well as the war on drugs and Mexico's strict gun control. Leading to yet another illicit black market. And no greater safety -- and probably less -- for the state's residents.
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Admittedly I didn't read the story. But I presume California will be employing a host of steel sniffing dogs which will stop illegal gun importation about as well as the war on drugs and Mexico's strict gun control. Leading to yet another illicit black market. And no greater safety -- and probably less -- for the state's residents.
California has a thriving gun market and has had for quite a while. If you think that only 10% of owners registered "assault" weapons by the last 2 registration deadlines, why do you think that California can do anything to catch pistols going to California without benefit of a California licensee.

I'd say get real and get out more often.
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California has a thriving gun market and has had for quite a while. If you think that only 10% of owners registered "assault" weapons by the last 2 registration deadlines, why do you think that California can do anything to catch pistols going to California without benefit of a California licensee.

I'd say get real and get out more often.
You have me at a loss sir -- it appears you have read my post as saying the opposite of what I intended.
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We have had dyed diesel fuel in Ca for quite a long time.

Red fuel denotes off highway use. No road taxes paid on it.
Clear fuel on highway. All road taxes paid.

There are even pumps at fuel stations that have both fuels.

The state sometimes put up check points to look for fuel in tanks.
Usually around areas where there is a lot of off highway fuel use.
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